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Portland’s Radical Facial Recognition Proposal Bans the Tech From Airbnbs, Restaurants, Stores, and More

The ban does not apply to Portland’s public schools, however

Photo: David McNew

After eight months of speculation, details are finally emerging about Portland, Oregon’s groundbreaking legislation that would ban facial recognition in privately owned businesses and…

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Kate Kaye

Kate Kaye

Kate Kaye is an enterprise and investigative journalist who reports with words and audio. She lives in Portland, OR. Find her on Twitter at @KateKayeReports.

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